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Attention and Focus in Dance supports dancers in honing the skills of attention, focus and self-cueing. Readers will learn about attentional challenges; discover advanced strategies for teaching, self-coaching and cueing; unlock their power reserves and release their dance potential.
Careers in Dance explores the expanding opportunities in dance in various settings and with a variety of focuses, including performance, choreography, and competition. It helps dancers pinpoint their passions and strengths and equips them to forge fulfilling careers in dance.
Conditioning for Dance, Second Edition, offers over 100 new conditioning exercises, for all parts of the body. An internationally renowned master teacher, Eric Franklin has developed a science-based method of conditioning that is taught and practiced in companies and schools around the world. A web resource with video clips showing correct execution of the exercises, two 20-minute workouts, and a personal conditioning program is included in this new edition.
Dance Composition Basics, Second Edition, featuring the works of Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden, introduces dancers to choreography through problem-solving activities. The accompanying videos show King and Rhoden working with professional dancers. The book offers 27 lesson plans and many useful tools.